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10.000 dollari per un massacro

From The Spaghetti Western Database

10.000 dollari per un massacro (Italy 1967 / Director: Romolo Guerrieri)

  • Runtime: 98 min
  • Release Date: 3.3.1967

Also known as

$10,000 Blood Money (U.S.A.) | 10.000 Blutige Dollar (Germany) | Django - 10.000 Blutige Dollar (Germany) | Como lobos sedientos (Spain) | 10 000 dólares para um massacre (Portugal) | 10.000 Dólares Para Django (Brazil) | 10.000 dolara za masakr (Yugoslavia) | Django contra todos (Argentina) | 10.000 Dollars Blood Money | 10.000 Dollars for a Massacre | Guns of Violence

Cast and Crew

  • Cast: Gianni Garko [as Gary Hudson] (Django), Loredana Nusciak (Mijanou), Claudio Camaso (Manuel Vasquez), Adriana Ambesi (Dolores Mendoza), Pinuccio Ardia ('Seven Dollars'), Fidel Gonzales (Fidelius / Fidelio), Franco Lantieri (Juan), Massimo Sarchielli (Cisco), Ermelinda De Felice (Rosita), Dada Gallotti (Scarface's woman), Franco Bettella (Mendoza), Aldo Cecconi (Scarface / Bobo), Renato Montalbano (cardsharper), Peggy Nathan (Ms Gardner, shopkeeper), Ferdinando Poggi [as Nando Poggi](Miguel, gang member), Mirko Valentin (gang member), Fernando Sancho ('Stardust' Vasquez)
  • Also with: Rocco Lerro (Joe, deputy), Alberigo Donadeo (Mendoza foreman), Paolo Figlia (bounty hunter), Umberto Salomone (saloon greeter), Jimmy il Fenomeno (bartender), Elio Angelucci (man at the bar)
  • Story: Franco Fogagnolo, Ernesto Gastaldi, Luciano Martino
  • Screenplay: Franco Fogagnolo, Ernesto Gastaldi, Luciano Martino, Sauro Scavolini
  • Cinematography: Federico Zanni [Technicolor - Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Nora Orlandi
  • Song: "Basta cosi" sung by Giorgio Farina
  • Producers: Mino Loy, Luciano Martino

The Film

Django has become a bounty hunter who is asked to chase a villain who has kidnapped a young girl, but because he is not offered enough money, he decides to join forces with the bandit. But he’s double-crossed by the ruthless villain, who also kills the woman he was about to marry. Once again Django will have to take revenge ...

Comments

One of the best unofficial Django films, this is also a twin movie of the equally impressive Vengeance is Mine. The film is famous for the beautiful, almost surreal opening scene, set on a beach, with the bounty hunter Django talking to one of his victims. Also great is the finale, set in a dusty ghost town, with a cameo of Fernando Sancho. – Scherpschutter

>> On the surface a simple story of a bounty hunter’s quest to pull in a villain is worthy of the title’s price but in reality a film which offers so much more (...). It also happens, in my opinion, to be one of the finest Italian westerns ever made. – Phil H

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